Chelsea’s fate going forward is up in the air, as the club faces an uncertain future due to Roman Abramovich’s decision to put the club up for sale amid the tightening of sanctions by Europe on Russia. The reigning European champions have long lured some of the best names in the business with the backing of their Russian owner, but now look likely to lose some of them in a bid to maintain their finances.
Juventus are interested in two names from Stamford Bridge, as the Bianconeri seek to strengthen their ranks ahead of the 2022/23 season. La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TuttoJuve) links the Italian giants to Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic.
Both aforementioned players have failed to consistently star under Thomas Tuchel this season. They each have 14 appearances this campaign and their situations do not look like getting better anytime soon.
Ziyech and Pulisic see their contracts expire in 2025 and 2024 respectively. Their futures will be decided upon as the season nears its end. However, it is Chelsea’s situation that will be ascertained first before they draw up the fates of their own.